Master Commercial Law

The master Commercial Law has three specialisations:

•    Commercial and Company Law
The specialisation Commercial and Company Law aims at providing insight to and increasing the knowledge of students with regard to legal aspects of doing business in an international setting. Special attention is given also to the influence of EU Law. Based in the port of Rotterdam, this programme educates legal professionals that are to become well versed in commercial, company and labour law. 

•    Master Maritime & Transport Law
The specialisation in Maritime and Transport Law, combines course work with on – site visits and workshops, skills training and a Master’s Thesis. It aims to provide students with thorough, in depth knowledge of the Law and practice of the maritime and transport industry.

•    International Trade Law
The specialisation International Trade Law focuses on trade law and the commercial aspects of doing business. Starting with commercial contracts, continuing with insurance and transport law, trade finance law and concluding with intellectual property rights, this LL.M. offers you an all-encompassing legal perspective on international trade. The programme has an exclusively commercial law perspective, leaving aside regulatory and company law aspects.